Bedfordshire County Football League

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Results Premier Division supported by Sportsform Wednesday 27th August 2014.
Caldecote 5 ( Barry Dellar 2, Dan Fennell, Tom Wallace, Connor Smith ) Ickwell & Old Warden 1. ( Lee Threadgold )
Marston Shelton Rovers 6. ( Jack Weedon 3, Harry Murray 2, Jamie Cerminara ) Lidlington United Sports 2. ( Ben Marwood, Tom Marwood )
Sharnbrook 3 ( Matt Atherton 2, Jim Burnside ) Eastcotts AFC 1 ( Ashley Dummond )
Wilstead 2 ( Adam Budek Kevin Ashby ) Renhold United 4 ( Xennon Paul 2, Mark Reed, Tommy Foyle )
Shefford Town & Campton 2 ( Joe Lewis, Chris Clark ) Sandy 1
AFC Kempston Town & BC 0 Flitwick Town 3
Wootton Blue Cross 1 AFC Turvey 5 ( Harry Ellis 2, Adam Broughton, Andrew Latimer, Chris Winton )
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Sunday 24th August 2014
Hip Hip Hooray- Shopping is over for another year.
Review for Saturday 30th August 2014.

The opening weekend of the Bedfordshire County Football League season with cricket still having priority at several grounds around the county a reduced programme of just 25 games.

In the top flight Premier Division supported by Sportsform section there are just five games. Topping the bill will be the clash at Oakley Playing Fields where last seasons league champions AFC Oakley M&DH begin the defence of their title with a visit from last seasons league cup winners Shefford Town & Campton. One could say the leagues own Charity Shield game to kick off the season.

Meantime, just down the road at Renhold Playing Fields the visitors to face Renhold United are Wootton Blue Cross. With both clubs having enjoyed a successful pre-season programme they are both on many peoples short list to surmount a serious title challenge this season.

Talking of league titles, no club has more than Caldecote and after their disastrous season last term they will look to start the season with the three points from their home encounter at Harvey Close against newly promoted AFC Turvey... More
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